The 1969 San Francisco International Film Festival opens on the steps of City Hall, but is unexpectedly attacked by independent filmmakers with pies. This footage was long-lost and then found and made into a movie in the late 1990s.
Director:Christian Bruno and Sam Green Producer:Christian Bruno and Sam Green Production Company:Shaping San Francisco Sponsor:Shaping San Francisco Audio/Visual:sound, color Keywords:Film Festival; 1969; Pie Fight Contact Information:Shaping San Francisco
November 10, 2013 Subject:
yet i wished they would have got inside and started plastering all those 1%'rs with some pies in the face. I would have liked to see that Stepford wife commenting get pie in the face, lol. who knows maybe the upper crust(sorry unintentional pun)getting pie in eye would have joined in and had some fun too. alas....not to be
February 19, 2009 Subject:
40 year old pie fight ?
maybe some deja vu might bring this into the 21st century.
Ferry Plaza Farmer's Market.... CCOF pies are high flight due to Lagier's new recipe.
July 3, 2004 Subject:
Not bad at all!
Well, at some points the movie lets the event be seen as a really big thing, but of course it was nothing more than a big stupid joke.
There's not much story about it all, but the pie fight is really funny, nearly so good as in the ''Fight for your right to party'' music video by the Beastie boys. Well, the music in this ''documentary'' doesn't fit really, but it gives the movie a very strange feeling.
Not bad at all.